NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 09, 1985
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(Studio) Bernhard Goetz case in New York City noted illustrating public's reaction to crime.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(NYC) Violent crime statistics in United States last year listed. [PEOPLE - resent living in fear; recall attacks.] [Dr. Lucy FRIEDMAN - describes incr desire for action by victims.] [Odile STERN - describes psychological aftereffects of daughter Michelle's kidnapping, rape and murder.] [Pam McDONALD - recalls subway rape attempt.] McDonald's clinic for family self-defense cited as example of victims' increase effort to gain control over their lives; other programs aimed at educating public described. [STERN - can't forgive, but hopes for improved future.]
REPORTER: Jennifer McLogan